Graphic video shows hit-and-run driver plowing into 9-year-old girl

Graphic video shows hit-and-run driver plowing into 9-year-old girl

Graphic video shows hit-and-run driver plowing into 9-year-old girl

In a police report obtained by ABC News, the owner of the auto was at work but told the police her boyfriend had the vehicle.

According to the family, on Friday night LaDerihanna Holmes was playing in the front yard of her house on the 2200 block of Cherokee Valley Circle when a vehicle came off the roadway and ran right into the young girl.

The family has released the surveillance video hoping it will help catch the driver, who took off after plowing into the young girl. The footage also shows a man, presumably the driver, exiting the vehicle and fleeing as members of Holmes' family rush toward the auto lodged in their home. No further information was provided about the suspect.

Charlette Bolton, LaDerihanna's mother, has since issued a plea directly to the driver. Holmes was seriously injured after a vehicle careened across her yard, hitting her before hitting her home in Lithonia, GA. on March 31, 2019. However, according to Holmes' family's attorney, L. Chris Stewart, the two people in the auto appeared to be teenagers.

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"Those were teenagers that were in that vehicle, so we have to learn what happened and how they got a hold of that auto", Stewart said.

Bolton said she is trying to stay "strong" for her daughter. "Y'all didn't look down at my baby one time, and I want you to turn yourselves in".

He said it's a miracle the that the young victim survived the head-on collision. "I just don't know how she made it".

"If you didn't believe in miracles, you should now", Stewart said. "The video is everywhere", Bolton urged at a Monday press conference, addressing her statement to the individuals in the auto. "You gotta believe in God after seeing this".

The impact left the girl in critical condition, though it is expected that she will make a full recovery. "I deal with wrongful death all the time, and I can not believe she survived it". It's just going to take awhile'.

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